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that taliban can come to our house and do anything. i used to lock the doors and go around to protect our house but then i say if i only protect my house what about the street, what will the school buildings. then i used to protect the whole world from. so why did what i could do and i was right about my father at the time. i think that it was my responsibility to speak up for the rights of every girl and it is still the responsibility to speak up for the rights of every child. >> do you think that you are making a difference? >> when i look at the response of people and the love of people, then i think it we are going to make a change. no one could say shame on you the taliban but now people can. the only known by the terrorists. it is a great example. they are not afraid of the texts. and i'm hopeful that the day will come that we will see every child go to school. most of the time related to the taliban, but i want education none only taliban, terrorism is behind the wheel, education but there are others as well that we must keep in mind. children are suffering from child labor. they are suf
with the taliban. they said were going to go fight with the taliban. so what do they do? they brought plane tickets to pakistan to figure we can get across the border, maybe we can hook up with the taliban. one of the co-conspirators -- we are going to be taliban generals. they make it to the frontier of northern pakistan and they just sort of stumbled their way down and turned around looking for the taliban. who finds them that al qaeda and their tax through this network of secret little operations in pakistan and our book shows how these guys stumble into the clutches of al qaeda and end up getting trained for a suicide mission by one of osama bin laden's top deputies and they are trained. they are activated. they are taught to make an extremely devastating bomb and a return to the united states. they build a bomb on what our book shows as it is a 48 hour race into new york city in 2009 to prevent this bombing. >> host: was the n.y.p.d. -- by the way, we are going to put the numbers on the screen if you'd like to participate in a conversation with matt apuzzo, and investigative correspondent "the
300 starts since 2004. the target is suspected taliban and al qaeda militants. the white house said a better draws and it boots on the ground. they justify the covert program as effective and legal. >> america does not take strikes to punish individuals. we act against terrorists who strike an imminent threat to the american people. >> not so according to amnesty as to -- international. they want a u.s. drone strikes could amount to war crimes. a document recent killings in pakistan and the lack of transparency surrounding drones. >> it is a secret program. we have found in some cases, they clearly killed civilians. some of them might be war crimes. >> one such case is that of a 68 year old killed by a you as a jerome last october. -- by a u.s. drone last october. the children survived. >> i heard the boehm. it first hit us. the second hit my cousin. >> her grandmother's body was pulverized. this is all that remains. amnesty documents other case. they talk about the need for transparency and accountability. what's the u.s. must explain why these people have been killed. it must prov
does that give him to move around or not work with the taliban? >> it's quite simple. if he's willing to sit down and talk with them, not negotiate so much as talk to them, he gets a chance to listen to their views. they have to accept the writ of the pakistani state. without that the conversation is a non-starter. but if they push back or break any tentative agreements that have been agreed to between the authorities and the terrorists inside pakistan, it gives them the option of using force. but force is really not the ultimate solution. in the end he has to integrate this border region in with pakistan economically. and once he does that he opens the border for pakistan for better trade and india for better trade. >> faiza patel, to bring it back to drones, how does that come into these conversations in terms of a bargaining chip or a political play? >> you know, i think shuja said it well, which is the pakistani government says one thing and probably does another because it has, in fact, tolerated these drone strikes at least some parts of the government has tolerated the drone st
, including the taliban and boke owe har am. muslims of a different sect is driving it higher. >> it's like warfare using the tools of terrorism. >> reporter: but the violence is more concentrated than you might think. try countries, iraq, pakistan and afghanistan suffered more than half the attacks and the casualtie casualties. the threat to civilians in the u.s. and western europe and eastern asia may be declining, which is good news for the citizens that live there. erin? >> all right, chris, thank you very much. that brings us back to our question of the night. does changes in the nsa and the spying, will that change that or not? >>> rapper jay z say he is being unfairly criticized. two people were detained by police when they bought expensive things. hundreds have taken to twitter demanding jay z end his partnership with barneys. this puts jay z in a rather awkward position. he's about to launch a collection of clothing, jewelry. the money from the deal is going to a charity. it's not like he's keeping it for himself. the question is, will sticking with barneys hurt his brand as a rapp
of the presence of so many terror groups oh? >> translator: i've heard of taliban. i've heard of it associated with afghanistan. i've heard massoud, but i'm just a teacher. i'm not a politician. >> from 2004, president sharif was cooperating with the americans. we know that sharif was cooperating with these drone strikes. if there is an objection to what's been happening, shouldn't your objections be addressed to your own government, who appear to have cooped with this administration? >> translator: i spoke to my local agent, my local political officer, and i filed a complaint about this. and they sent me a letter that said yes, what has happened to you is very sad. and it was probably done by mistake. but we are not the ones that you should be speaking to. you should be speaking to the americans. >> do you accept, robert, that the administration itself is now reducing the number of drone strikes. the president has already said that he wishes to transfer management of this program from the cia to the military. are you satisfied that these steps are at least moving in the right direction in ter
the taliban terrorists that are at war with our troops and afghanistan. pakistan hid out osama bin laden. pakistan put the pakistani doctor that helped the united states take out the devil of the desert imprisoned for 30 years. pakistan is playing the united states for a nation of fools. otherwise why would our government just send $1,2 00,000,000 to pakistan? haven't we learned that pakistan takes our money and slyly and is he dishesly uses it for purposes counter to u.s. interests? pakistan has become the benedict arnold ally of america. why do we pay pakistan to hate us, madam speaker? they'll do it for tree. no american taxpayer money to pakistan. use that american money in america. freedom-loving nations that give pakistan money in the hope of fighting terrorism or sailing the ships and the united states has become the admiral of the fleet and that's just the way it is. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman rom new york seek recognition? without objection, the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. tonko: thank you, madam speaker. oceans cover 70% of our
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